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IKEA Is Taking Its Swedish Meatballs on the Road

IKEA Is Taking Its Swedish Meatballs on the Road


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The Swedish retail giant is expanding its reach into the food industry, starting a food truck that will traverse the country

Now we can enjoy those delicious meatballs, minus the schlep to IKEA.

Fans of the Scandinavian aesthetic received good news when Swedish store IKEA announced that it has created a food truck for its oh-so-good meatballs.

There is no word yet on whether the food truck will be decorated with flat-pack IKEA products.

Regardless, this is excellent news for Scandiphiles (yes, that’s a word) who want to see America appreciate Swedish meatballs as the greatest thing to come out of Sweden since ABBA. Even the news that the food truck’s run will be short-lived cannot dampen our enthusiasm.

The truck will feature in Chicago in late July and at the Celebrate Brooklyn festival in August, while making additional surprise stops in Chicago and New York.

“But wait, there’s more!” As if rolling out a food truck wasn’t enough evidence of Swedish hospitality, the IKEA-mobile (as I hope it’s called) will be giving out free meatballs (and veggie- and chicken-balls) to convert new followers. Taken together, this move continues IKEA’s #TogetherWeEat campaign in which the company wants to promote eating and sharing food in an effort to bond the community.

With some Swedes looking to ban foreign food, here’s hoping that IKEA continues to spread a love of Swedish food, and maybe show Swedish politicians that international food can do good for a nation’s culture.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.


Ikea shares recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs

Forget making your own Whopper – you can now spend your last week of coronavirus lockdown perfecting Ikea meatballs.

The Swedish flat pack furniture giant, which is planning its first physical and online stores in New Zealand, has released the recipe for its famous dish, served in Ikea in-store cafes around the world.

In true Ikea style, the 76-year-old company released the recipe on Twitter as a series of line sketches showing each step of the meatballs' preparation, although in a departure from its assembly instructions, the pictures are accompanied by words.

And in a cheeky nod to the Swedish names of Ikea's ranges, the recipe for "Ikea Meatballs at Home" puts an umlaut over the "o" in its final word.

Ikea's meatballs are almost as iconic as the chain's Poäng chair and now you can make them at home.

IKEA MEATBALLS AT HÖME

Ingredients - Meatballs

500g beef mince
200g pork mince
1 onion, finely chopped
1 clove of garlic (crushed or minced)
100g breadcrumbs
1 egg
5 tbsp whole milk
Salt and pepper

Ingredients - Cream Sauce

Dash of oil
40g butter
40g plain flour
150ml vegetable stock
150ml beef stock
150ml thick double cream
2t soy sauce
1t Dijon mustard

Combine beef and pork mince and mix with your fingers to break up any lumps. Add onion, garlic, breadcrumbs, and egg, and mix. Add milk and season well with salt and pepper.

Shape mixture into small, round balls. Place on a clean plate, cover, and store in the fridge for two hours (this will help the meatballs hold their shape while cooking).

In a frying pan, heat oil on medium heat. When hot, gently add meatballs and brown on all sides.

When browned, transfer to an ovenproof dish and cover. Place in a hot oven (180 degrees conventional or 160 degrees fan) and cook for a further 30 minutes.



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